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By Colleen Shalby
Visit Tumblr, Netflix or Etsy today and you’ll find a spinning wheel at the top of your computer screen. These Web sites, among others, are participating in "Internet Slowdown Day" in an effort to raise awareness of net neutrality as…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal appeals court set aside the FCC's net neutrality rules. Now, major Internet providers can decide what can be accessed through their networks and at what cost. Also, the tap water ban has been…
New York power and telephone companies are taking precautions for the next big storm.
Miles O'Brien reports for NOVA on New York City's recovery from Hurricane Sandy.
Tech Giants Verizon, Microsoft Make Long-term Bets on a More Wireless Future…
U.S. Government and Corporations Fed Up With Chinese Cyber Theft, Say Analysts…
NSA Secretly Collected Millions of Phone Records in Counterterrorism Effort…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Last week, the Federal Communications Commission finished auctioning off $19 billion worth of public airwaves after a federally mandated switch to digital television freed up large sections of the nation's wireless "spectrum."…
With Global Positioning System chips now installed in some cell phones, parents can use phones to keep tabs on their children and businesses can track the whereabouts of delivery truck drivers. But the new tracking systems leave some privacy advocates…
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